Just a few weeks ago, the crisis headlines were large around Östersund's economy and at the same time former President Daniel Kindberg was in court charged with eco-crime.
Sema asks how things could have gone so badly.
- Then you think what happened? Hope it turns around because they really deserve it for them to be in the Swedish.
He also says that he has been influenced by the club's race.
- I think it's hard. Very tough. It feels like that was all this with the European tour recently and that we won the cup. Now it has become incredibly difficult, all with Kindberg and the club. I'm actually suffering. Hope it turns around soon.
One that goes even better is the coach who led the team during Östersund's success, Graham Potter. He is now training Premier League team Brighton & Hove Albion, who beat Tottenham 3-0 at home this weekend.
- Graham is an incredible coach and person. He deserves everything and I knew he would go a long way. How far I do not know, but he will go even further. It would be awesome if he would take me sometime. He's incredible.
Do you have contact?
- We talk a little, but not very much.
Sweden face Malta on away schedule in the European qualifiers on Saturday.